Sunday, 18 Aug 2019
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Ranjit Singh’s Rock Of Power
An extract from a new book by William Dalrymple and Anita Anand on when the Koh-i-Noor resided in Lahore
Dec 10, 2016
Karen Knorr’s Photoshop vision places animals in Rajasthan’s palatial grandeur. The result is magical, absurd, gorgeous.
Apr 27, 2015
The oldest classical Indian paintings, retrieved from time, and decay
Nov 24, 2014
Hand In Hand On A Steep Hillside
Rivals join in coalition in the fraught politics of Afghanistan
Oct 13, 2014
Room For Words
William Dalrymple on his surroundings, routine, and the quiet, personal quirks that allow him to write
May 28, 2012
Princes and Painters in Mughal Delhi 1701-1857
, the first major exhibition of late Mughal art, at Asia Society Museum, NY
Mar 26, 2012
What a nice line in bitchiness Aatish Taseer has! Someone’s not going to be invited to the Jaipur litfest!
Dec 05, 2011
Well-Thumbed & Well-Marked
In the year gone by, new releases jostled with books of recent vintage and old favourites on the reading lists of India’s prominent people.
Jan 10, 2011
Souter Takes The Call
As the Great Game repeats itself, India must wake up to Karzai’s new moves
Aug 30, 2010
The Glitter In The Godliness
India’s new affluence runs parallel to a new, homogenised Hinduism that is riding on a crest of religiosity. Gone with Nehruvian economics is Nehruvian secularism.
Jan 18, 2010
‘I’m No Westerner Shopping In The Divine Supermarket’
William Dalrymple speaks to Shreevatsa Nevatia about exploring contemporary India’s spiritual side in his new book,
Oct 12, 2009
The Dancer Of Kannur
In his compelling new book the acclaimed travel writer, explores the worlds of people deeply engaged with the sacred in a fast changing India.
Oct 12, 2009
The Craftiness Beneath The 'Wah! Taj'
The socio-cultural eddies and political winds that swirl around our greatest icon
Oct 13, 2008
Sisters Of Mannarkad
In this pocket of Kerala, local myth fuses Goddess Bhagavati and Mother Mary into family
Aug 11, 2008
Fiction In Times of Jehad
Pakistan's political hell wreaks... a literary spring. A comic noir typifies the new novel.
Jun 23, 2008
The Shabby-Genteel Apheem Chichis
Patches of anti-colonial cliche apart, the opium trade and the entire cast under its thrall breathe life into the 1830s. Ghosh's well-crafted narrative pace intoxicates.
Jun 16, 2008
Princess To The Rescue
The Nizam's legacy-reeling under the weight of its own grandeur, family squabbles, neglect and greed-springs to life again bit by bit
Feb 18, 2008
Mohtarma: A Critique
A striking, courageous woman, she lent herself to being a symbol. In reality, she belied the promise.
Jan 14, 2008
An Aria Of Darkness
Naipaul's new book traverses old ground, his journey unto himself is but an ego trip, the sharp edge of his writing has turned bitter. Where's VS as we knew him?
Sep 24, 2007
Moor The Collector
The British Museum celebrates India at 60 in a show of Indian art patronised by Brits before the Raj
Sep 17, 2007
'Party Has Lost Its Way', Says Congress’ Bhupinder Hooda Amid Speculations Of Rebellion
'Talks Will Only Be On PoK': Rajnath Singh Launches Fresh Attack On Pakistan
18 People Killed, Schools Shut As Rains Continue To Lash Himachal Pradesh
Pakistan PM Imran Khan ‘Warns’ World Of India’s Nuclear Arsenal
Kapil Dev & Co Asked Coaches 'How Would You Handle A Virat Kohli Vs Rohit Sharma Rift?'
Indian Armed Forces, Civilians Continue To Bleed In Internal Conflicts, But Do We Care?
On India's 73rd Independence Day, A Letter to Pehlu Khan
The Valley Has Fallen Into Rigor Mortis
BBC, Northern Ireland, And Kashmir – Where Shekhar Kapur Got It Wrong
Euphoria On Abrogation Of Article 370 Is Wearing Off, Only Time Will Tell Full Meaning Of This Move
The Little Sleep I Get Is Filled With Nightmares About Home: Kashmiri Living In Delhi On J&K
Home Minister Amit Shah Blames 'Appeasement' Politics For Triple Talaq
Cloudburst Wreaks Havoc In Uttrakhand; 8 Missing, Several Injured
'Extremely Courageous, Thought Provoking': Congress Leader Shatrughan Sinha Hails PM Modi's I-Day Speech
2 Ex-Military Officials, 3 Former IAS Officers Among 6 Challenging Abrogation Of Article 370 In SC
Ashes Live, Lord's Test: Leach Strikes As ENG Continue To Push For Win
Day After Easing Curbs, Strict Restrictions Reimposed In Srinagar
MS Dhoni Ends His Two-Week Stint With Territorial Army... What Next?
Rename JNU After PM Modi, Call It 'MNU', Says BJP MP Hans Raj Hans -- Video
OPINION | 'Suppressing The Valley's Will Through Stealth And Sieges Is Counterproductive'
Geography Becomes History: Will Abrogation of Article 370 Bring Peace to Kashmir?
Opinion | By Destroying J&K, The Gulf Between 'This Part' And 'That Part' Of India Has Only Widened: Yashwant Sinha
Mysterious Powers Of Lord Aththi Varadhar Turns Kanchipuram Into Another Tirupathi
Election Slogans That Once Announced Left Campaigns Have Vanished
Election Slogan - The Key Signature Of Political Hope
Rahul Gandhi's Entry In Wayanad Unlikely To Shore Up Congress' Fortunes In South
Latest Pop Among Indian Vacationers: Holiday On A Cruise
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